Sunday, May 27, 2012

Still many just don't understand about the reasons we are free....

It's the Memorial Day edition of the Northern Alliance Radio Network, as I will be hosting The Closer from 1:00 until 3 PM Central today. As such, I will be paying my respects to our fallen heroes by exercising one of many constitutional rights which they fought to protect.

In the first hour I will pay tribute to one soldier who made the ultimate sacrifice in July 1970 while serving in Vietnam. James Robert (Bob) Kalsu, Sr. (who played for the NFL's Buffalo Bills in 1968) was the first professional athlete to be killed in combat. You can hear his remarkable story as I am tentatively scheduled to be joined by Bob's widow Jan and daughter Jill.

December 2004 - Pointing out Bob Kalsu's name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

In the second hour we'll take a look back at the news week that was, which includes endorsement battles at the local level, lawsuits filed by the Catholic church and a certain vapid daughter of a former GOP Presidential candidate.

So please give me a call at (651) 289-4488 if you'd like to discuss any of the topics I plan on addressing. You can also text comments/questions to (651) 243-0390.

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Until then.....


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